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Getting Existential with Josh Rouse Josh Rouse shares how he has been able to conquer anxiety through mindfulness.
Cancer and chemobrain: Cancer diagnosis affects cognitive function Breast cancer patients often display mild cognitive defects even before the initiation of chemotherapy. A new study now attributes the syndrome to post-traumatic stress induced by diagnosis of the disease.
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The Hand that Rocks the Cradle Rules—But Whose Hand Is It? The history of the nature/nurture controversy reveals fraud on the nurture side and developments in our view of nature that the imprinted brain theory readily explains.
Love Yourself Anyway Some of us grew up in abusive households, where we were torn down every single day. Where we were explicitly told that we are unworthy and unlovable. Some of us … ...
How Was the Wheel Invented? Last week’s cartoon was about how to make someone do what you want them to. It doesn’t have a high success rate, however. For any cartoon you enjoy, you’re invited … ...
This Old ADHD Man Go ahead, ask me how old I am. I’ll happily tell you. I’m … no wait, that can’t be right. Oh yeah, I’m 56. I always get confused, you see, … ...
Best of Our Blogs: April 17, 2015 With every situation that doesn’t work out, I want to blame external circumstances. It’s so tempting to justify my own mistakes, faults and imperfections with anything, but me. The weather. The economy. The past. But the harsh truth is I’m really just mad at myself. How many times have … ...
The Feeling of Grief Where does grief exist? Does it lie in our thoughts? Perhaps our gut, or is that merely the shock causing the knots? The heart? It’s not the same flutter as … ...
Spring Your Mind: Benefits of Bird Watching #MHHCartoon  panel 1| Bob: Wow, a Red Tailed Hawk! (Hat: I Heart Bird Window = ‘i love bird watching’ t-shirt:Urban Birding) #MHHCartoon  panel 2| Red Tailed Hawk: “SMACK!”  (Red Tailed Hawk crashed … ...
Study: Anti-abortion views linked to sexist attitudes towards women It is estimated that nearly one in three American women will have an abortion by age 45.  But the debate over a woman’s right to terminate her pregnancy still rages on in the United States, decades after the Supreme Court’s contentious Roe v. Wade ruling. Research in the feminist journal Affilia suggests that opposition to abortion is driven [...] The post Study: Anti-abortion views linked to sexist attitudes towards women appeared first on PsyPost.
12 Potent Ways to Reduce Your Stress These tactics have been effective for my clients...and for me.
Many teens try e-cigarettes, but few become regular users E-cigarettes are popular with teens, including those who have never smoked, but few of those who try them become regular users, with most of those who do so also being smokers, finds research by Cardiff University. Published in the online journal BMJ Open, the researchers from the Development and Evaluation of Complex Interventions for Public [...] The post Many teens try e-cigarettes, but few become regular users appeared first on PsyPost.
Correlation between firearm-related hospitalizations and US stock market performance Over 2001-2011, the national incidence of firearm-related hospitalizations has closely tracked the national stock market performance, suggesting that economic perturbations and resultant insecurities might underlie the perpetuation of firearm-related injuries, according to a new study published in The American Journal of Medicine. Although the fatality rates have remained stable over the last two decades, the [...] The post Correlation between firearm-related hospitalizations and US stock market performance appeared first on PsyPost.
Encountering a wall corrects ‘GPS’ in mouse brains, Stanford study finds By analyzing the activity of “GPS” neurons in mice, researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have discovered that the mental maps created by these cells accumulate errors, which are corrected when the animal encounters a wall. The findings support the theory that these cells, called grid cells, use an animal’s perceived speed and [...] The post Encountering a wall corrects ‘GPS’ in mouse brains, Stanford study finds appeared first on PsyPost.
Men donate competitively on attractive women’s fundraising webpages Men give more money through fundraising websites after seeing that other men have donated large amounts and when the fundraiser is an attractive woman, according to new UCL and University of Bristol research. The scientists say this response by men is unlikely to be conscious and could have an evolutionary function as theories predict that [...] The post Men donate competitively on attractive women’s fundraising webpages appeared first on PsyPost.
Teaching children in schools about sexual abuse may help them report abuse Children who are taught about preventing sexual abuse at school are more likely than others to tell an adult if they had, or were actually experiencing sexual abuse. This is according to the results of a new Cochrane review published in the Cochrane Library today. However, the review’s authors say that more research is needed [...] The post Teaching children in schools about sexual abuse may help them report abuse appeared first on PsyPost.
Watch where you’re going — new study reveals how people avoid bumping into each other A new study is a rare look into the delicate dynamics of social movement, and shows how people avoid bumping into each other while doing complementary, coordinated tasks such as dancing. The research reveals that people fall into a specific pattern to avoid a collision. The study led by Michael J. Richardson, a University of [...] The post Watch where you’re going — new study reveals how people avoid bumping into each other appeared first on PsyPost.
Scientists use brain stimulation to boost creativity, set stage to treat depression A UNC School of Medicine study has provided the first direct evidence that a low dose of electric current can enhance a specific brain pattern to boost creativity by an average of 7.4 percent in healthy adults, according to a common, well-validated test of creativity. This research, published in the journal Cortex, showed that using a [...] The post Scientists use brain stimulation to boost creativity, set stage to treat depression appeared first on PsyPost.
More individuals discussing end-of-life wishes with loved ones Discussing end-of-life wishes with loved ones can be difficult, but new research from the University of Missouri shows more individuals are engaging in advance care planning. Advance care planning includes discussing end-of-life care preferences, providing written end-of-life care instructions and appointing a durable power of attorney for health care. “Advance care planning increases the likelihood [...] The post More individuals discussing end-of-life wishes with loved ones appeared first on PsyPost.